The Effect of Adrenergic Blockade and Norepinephrine on Renal and Cardiovascular Hemodynamics Following Hemorrhage
Renal blood flow and other renal functions are depressed when the normotensive animal is made hypertensive by the administration of norepinephrine. By contrast, when the blood pressure is increased to normal with norepinephrine in the animal previously made hypotensive by hemorrhage, renal function and cardiac output increase.
- Received May 17, 1954.
- © 1954 American Heart Association, Inc.